Fowler, D. D. (2008). Antiquities and Cultural Heritage Legislation. In D. M. Pearsall (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology (Vol. 1, pp. 448-451). Oxford, UK: Academic Press. [CUNY use only from Gale Virtual Reference Library]
Try searching Antiquities AND law and legislation in Academic Search Complete for law reviews on this topic.
Here are a few recent articles:
Akhtar, Z. (2012). Theft in Babylon: Repatriation and International Law. Art, Antiquity & Law, 17(4), 325-346.
Alderman, K. L., & Dahm, C. S. (2014). National Treasure: A Comparative Analysis of Domestic Laws Criminalizing Illicit Excavation and Exportation of Archaeological Objects. Mercer Law Review, 65(2), 431-465.
Gerstenblith, P. p. (2012). 2011 Cultural heritage legal summary. Journal Of Field Archaeology, 37(4), 330-335.
Kaye, L. M. (1998) “Art Wars: The Repatriation Battle,” Journal of International Law and Politics , p. 79.
Kersel, M. M. (2008). A Focus on the Demand Side of the Antiquities Equation. Near Eastern Archaeology, 71(4), 230-233.
Mackenzie, S. M. (2005). DIG A BIT DEEPER: Law, Regulation and the Illicit Antiquities Market. British Journal Of Criminology, 45(3), 249-268. doi:10. 1093/bjc/azhO99
Palmer, N. (2012). CASTING A LAMP ON DUE DILIGENCE. Art, Antiquity & Law, 17(2), 169-16.
Thompson, Erin L. (2015) "But We Didn't Steal It:" Collectors' Justifications for Purchasing Looted Antiquities. Journal of Art Crime 13, p59-67.
Tseng, M. (2015). The Executive & the Environment: An Examination of the Antiquities Act from 1929-2000 in the United States. Journal Of Asia Pacific Studies, 4(1), 6-22.
Journals and Annuals
The Yearbook of Cultural Heritage is published by Left Coast Press on behalf of the LCCHP
Antiquities Act of 1906 information from the National Parks Service
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) was enacted on November 16, 1990, information from the National Parks Service
The U.S. has recently signed many memorandums of understandings on antiquities trafficking and cultural property agreements with individual countries - many are cataloged on CUNY+ under the subject heading Cultural property -- Protection -- Law and legislation -- United States
The U.S. State Department, Cultural Heritage Center has a page with all current/expired Bilateral Agreements (MOUs) as well as a page listing applicable Laws, Conventions and Agreements related to Cultural Heritage.
United States Attorney's Bulletin special issues:
The Lawyers’ Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation (LCCHP) is a nonprofit organization of lawyers, law students and interested members of the public who have joined together to promote the preservation and protection of cultural heritage resources in the United States and internationally through education and advocacy.